From Pilgrims to Cotton – Boston and the Threads to America
Starting in the Chapel of the Boston Guildhall Museum, dating from 1390s, hear the story of the 1607 attempt for escape, how this story has changed for Boston and the new stories that are being discovered and shared.
Stand in the Court Room, visit the actual cells that held the Pilgrims for 30 days. Discover Leonard Beetson, a Boston Draper, who was named on an arrest warrant alongside Pilgrim Leaders in 1607 and his relationship with John Cotton.
Walk into the medieval Market Place and view St Botolph's Church where Reverend Cotton gave his sermons. End your experience with a visit to a local Coaching Inn, The White Hart, for a traditional afternoon tea.